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 (bĕn′zôl′, -zōl′, -zŏl′)

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(ˈbɛnzɒl) or


1. (Chemistry) Also: benzoline a crude form of benzene, containing toluene, xylene, and other hydrocarbons, obtained from coal tar or coal gas and used as a fuel
2. (Elements & Compounds) an obsolete name for benzene
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(ˈbɛn zin, bɛnˈzin)

a colorless, slightly water-soluble, liquid aromatic compound, C6H6, obtained chiefly from coal tar: used in making chemicals and dyes and as a solvent.
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Noun1.benzol - a colorless liquid hydrocarbon; highly inflammable; carcinogenic; the simplest of the aromatic compounds
aromatic hydrocarbon - a hydrocarbon that contains one or more benzene rings that are characteristic of the benzene series of organic compounds
benzene formula, benzene nucleus, benzene ring, Kekule formula - a closed chain of 6 carbon atoms with hydrogen atoms attached
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The samples were then dehydrated by immersion for one hour each in alcohols, and benzol. The samples were then embedded in paraffin, and a series of 7 mm slides were made with a microtome (Leica Autocut 2040) in the transverse and sagittal plane.
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The munitions freighter, built in England in 1899 and purchased by the French shipping firm Compagnie Generate Transatlantique, carried 2,300 tons of wet and dry picric acid, 200 tons of TNT, 10 tons of gun cotton, and 35 tons of benzol.
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The original method of using benzene as a solvent for removing caffeine from coffee passed into history, and was replaced through the years with other interesting solvents such as acetic hydrochloric, acetone, alcohol, benzol, carbon tetrachloride, chloroform, electric current, ethylene chloride, ethyl ether, petrolic ether, and sodium salicylate, various sulfurous substances.
Other named illuminated glass globes to look out for are BP, Aero, Benzol, Conoco, Corys', Dragon, Pratts and many others.
Two brands of superglue being sold in Cyprus may contain carcinogens, the Labour Inspection department warned on Tuesday in the midst of a campaign to locate products containing dangerous levels of benzol, chloroform and toluene.
She said the expired deworming pill named in one online news report, which was traced in Dipolog City, was branded - Benzol. She said the DOH has been using the generic Albendazole.
The project envisages the issue of aromatic hydrocarbons, benzol, paraxylene.